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We regret to announce that as of February 2019 ONLY the paper-booklet version of this product was temporarily discontinued.
IT IS STILL AVAILABLE ONLINE. Until further notice booklets are no longer available for purchase and we apologize for the inconvenience that this creates for current booklet users.
Use the Insurance Selection Inventory to evaluate applicants are best suited for claims examiner/adjuster, correspondence representative or customer service representative positions. Before you invest the time and money to train a new employee, test your applicants for things like:
- Number Comparison
- Verbal Reasoning
- Error Recognition
- Interpersonal Skills
This test provides the answers you need to make informed hiring and promotion decisions.
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The ISI can help you screen prospective employees for relevant skills and attitudes and evaluate whether they are best suited for claims examiner/adjuster, correspondence representative or customer service representative positions.
Developed specifically for the insurance industry, the ISI assessment can help you:
- Identify high-caliber candidates and place them in appropriate positions
- Screen for multiple jobs with a single instrument
- Optimize time in the pre-employment screening process
- Cross-train and promote from within
- Enhance service for customers
Number Comparison – A brief test of perceptual speed measured by identifying number pairs.
Verbal Reasoning – The capacity to reason logically as indicated by solutions to verbal problems.
Arithmetic Computation – The ability to perform basic addition, subtraction and multiplication.
Applied Arithmetic – Basic arithmetic skills including computation and working with percentages.
Error Recognition – The ability to estimate correct answers and identify wrong answers to arithmetic problems.
Drive – The individual’s need for upward movement in the organization.
Interpersonal Skills – The ability to listen, stay calm, remain cheerful, and use persuasion and tact.
Cognitive Skills – The ability to reason, remember instructions, learn new tasks, understand written materials, solve problems, sort out facts and make decisions.
Self-Discipline – The ability to be accurate, follow through, concentrate, meet deadlines and accept change. Measures a desire for self-improvement.
Writing Skills – The ability to write understandably.
Work Preference – The individual’s preference for dealing with people or for doing work that involves less personal contact.
Please note: The ISI is not able to be administered online but CAN be scored online and deliver reports to the Administrator’s email address.
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